Out of curiousity, why Best Buy? They are usually substantially more expensive than most retailers.
Actually when I was 7D shopping their "body only" price was right in line with B&H and Amazon's. Only a few dollars difference. I didn't buy from them becayse they wouldn't sell me body only in store.
Fair enough - I stand corrected and apologize to Best Buy (not that they'd care). I'm getting a camcorder, and was looking at the Canon Vixia HF M41 that was announced in January with availability in March. Amazon doesn't even list it yet (although they have the versions with less or no on-board memory). B&H lists it as a new item, not in stock, priced at the MSRP of $799. According to their website, Best Buy has it in stock at the store near my house, on sale for $679 (so even with sales tax it comes out almost $80 less than ordering from B&H).
EDIT: I stopped by Best Buy, and didn't see the HF M41 on display. The salesperson checked the computer, which confirmed 3 in stock - at a price of $849.99 ($50 more than MSRP, confirming my point about standard Best Buy pricing). He found them in the locked cabinet under the displays, and matched the sale price from their own website. So, I got a great deal on a new camcorder.